During the campaign for the Delhi Assembly races, a video was released by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) named ‘Sholay of Delhi’. The uncommon cell of the Delhi Police has enrolled an FIR in the wake of researching the objection made by the BJP, considering the video a spoiler of Delhi. In the grumbling given by the BJP, it has been said that right now, BJP pioneers have been demonstrated wrongly right now. Simultaneously, the Election Commission, while following up on the grievance of the BJP, has given a notification to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and requested to answer by 5 pm on February 8.
A video titled ‘Sholay from Delhi’ was promoted by AAP in regard to certain scenes that appeared in the film Sholay. The video mistakenly delineates BJP pioneers. The BJP whined to the Delhi Police Commissioner about the Aam Aadmi Party. On January 25, a unique cell recorded a body of evidence against the Aam Aadmi Party for the situation. Simultaneously, the Election Commission has likewise sent a notification to Kejriwal, trusting it to be an infringement of the model set of principles. The notification said that by transferring this disputable video on Twitter on February 3, Chief Minister Kejriwal damaged the Model Code of Conduct and the Representation of People Act.
Grievance against Election Commission against AAP
A day prior to the surveying proceeded, the round of charges and counter-claims between ideological groups against one another and grumbling to the Election Commission proceeded. BJP state president Tiwari griped against Arvad Kejriwal and MP Sanjay Singh. He grumbled that these two heads had joined with the Popular Front of India (PFI) and requested activity. Simultaneously, state BJP media boss Ashok Goyal Devraha, Law and Legislative Department convenor Neeraj and supporter Anil Soni grumbled to the Election Commission about infringement of the set of accepted rules. Devaraha alleged that AAP is promoting propaganda on Twitter. Alongside this, a protest was documented against Sanjay Singh for attracting auto individuals.